Amisha Metha, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Emory School of Medicine
I have been involved in medical and physician assistant student education since my residency. I have developed my impact on medical student education by earning the role of medical student site clerkship director for the Internal Medicine clerkship. In this role, I am in close contact with students and their faculty rotating. I have implemented interactive sessions to further their diagnostic reasoning on clerkship. These sessions implement active case-based learning. Additionally, I have worked with PA students. I am passionate about the role of multiple disciplines working together to provide the highest quality and most comprehensive patient care.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

The project objective is to develop an inter-professional learning experience within the acute care setting built around IPEC competencies. The project has three aims: 1) develop an inter-professional learning experience around care transitions within the acute care setting, 2) evaluate the impact on perceptions of teamwork and professional role formation among nursing and medical students, and 3) assess facilitators and barriers within the clinical setting to sustained implementation with repeated cohorts of students.    The project consists of pairing medical and nursing students with a…